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lol join the club! it sucks being poor
Yeah it does. I dont even have a case yet.
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It's not about being poor, it's about best bang for the buck. That's why unless you need SLI or some additional fancy smansy connectors, the $40 mobo I'm using is all you will need.
    
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I have an g32m-es2l gigabyte board i had my chip up to 400x10 on it if you send me a prepaid box you can have it. just make sure if you go HIGH on fsb you put a fan on the NB. Its just sitting here now with no use
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Thats pretty nice.... That might be all of it. or you might have a "hole" from 360-3?? Mine was like that . My chip will run 10x400 on my old board cant get it to do it on my sig board tho. Dunno why.

For a higher oc i had the same problem with my board , and theyre similar so maybe this will help you. Once i got my highest fsb it wouldnt let me oc the cpu IDK.
Resetting cmos and and bus 334x7.5 and increase multi by .5 til bsod and increase volts.

Let me know how it goes ... Once i finish a paper im gonna try to get my 1600 fsb back
Well at the moment I have 333x9.5 Linpack Stable@1.33125 in BIOS (1.296V in CPUz)
250x12.5 uses less voltage (1.3125 in BIOS) for only 38mhz less speed.

Doesnt seem to run any cooler however. Strange Days Indeed.
I would really like 3500mhz - You guys reckon Im safe at 1.4V in BIOS 24/7?
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as long as your temps are good.
I wouldnt do if you wanna keep that chip for 10 years but otherwise id say your fine.
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Thats pretty nice.... That might be all of it. or you might have a "hole" from 360-3?? Mine was like that . My chip will run 10x400 on my old board cant get it to do it on my sig board tho. Dunno why.

For a higher oc i had the same problem with my board , and theyre similar so maybe this will help you. Once i got my highest fsb it wouldnt let me oc the cpu IDK.
Resetting cmos and and bus 334x7.5 and increase multi by .5 til bsod and increase volts.

Let me know how it goes ... Once i finish a paper im gonna try to get my 1600 fsb back
BTW Mine wont post at 400x6
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My time and speed is all over the place in Intel Burn Test - however my results say it is stable. Is this normal?

Looks like 300x11 uses less voltage for me (1.3875) rather than 333x10 (1.4v)An example of a lot more voltage for 30mhz.

edit: OK just completed an experiment 330x10 stable at 1.3875 so bus speed seems to be OK with the same Vcore. Memory overclocked to 440 as well so memory must be good also.
Edited by avkdm - 5/29/09 at 4:10pm
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My time and speed is all over the place in Intel Burn Test - however my results say it is stable. Is this normal?

Looks like 300x11 uses less voltage for me (1.3875) rather than 333x10 (1.4v)An example of a lot more voltage for 30mhz.

edit: OK just completed an experiment 330x10 stable at 1.3875 so bus speed seems to be OK with the same Vcore
probably found an fsb hole. try to go up some and see if it will boot at above that.
    
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Yeah, some times, small OCs can require ridiculous amounts of voltage. I'd say 1.4V in BIOS without LLC is reasonable for 24/7 as long as your temperature is under 75C in Linpack, most programs can't heat it up much more than 55C at 1.4V anyways.
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I have an g32m-es2l gigabyte board i had my chip up to 400x10 on it if you send me a prepaid box you can have it. just make sure if you go HIGH on fsb you put a fan on the NB. Its just sitting here now with no use
Could I take you up on that? You helped me with my OC awhile back, but I never got it over 3.37 (270x12.5) and I'm curious to see if it's the mobo or something else. I used to live in Dayton. OH ftw.
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